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Law Firms: How Are You Securing Your Clients’ Information?

Posted in All Things E, Data Privacy, Data Security, Vendor Management

What are law firms doing to protect their clients’ sensitive information?  What are clients doing to determine whether their outside counsel are using reasonable security measures to protect their sensitive information (confidential communication, customer data, financial information, protected health information, intellectual property, etc.)? According to the data forensic firm Mandiant, at least 80 major law… Continue Reading

What Does A Cyber Attack Look Like?

Posted in All Things E, Data Breach, Data Security

The phrase “cyber attack” elicits thoughts of a compromised information system, a crashed computer network, or inappropriate access to sensitive electronic information.  It doesn’t usually conjure up images of machinery setting on fire, and smoke emerging from a factory.  Nevertheless, here is a video of an experimental cyber attack named Aurora, which took place on… Continue Reading

Busy Day for Cybersecurity in D.C.

Posted in All Things E, Data Security

I’m a big fan of Bloomberg West.  Perhaps more so than almost any other television news program, it does a terrific job of providing both depth and breadth on issues that are important to the technology industry.  Tonight’s report by Megan Hughes about breaking developments on the cybersecurity front today was no exception.  Watch it here:… Continue Reading